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In-Depth: the NDP position on oil tankers on B.C.'s coast
Friday, April 26, 2013 by Will Horter

In-Depth: the NDP position on oil tankers on B.C.'s coast

While both the federal and provincial NDP had strong positions against Enbridge’s oil tanker-pipeline proposal, until the Earth Day they were less clear about Kinder Morgan’s plan to twin their oilsands pipeline to Burnaby and increase by six-fold the number of oil tankers transiting Vancouver’s harbour. Not anymore!

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Defend Our Coast actions to roll out across province
Monday, October 15, 2012 by Emma Gilchrist

Defend Our Coast actions to roll out across province

Help halt the expansion of oil tanker traffic and send a clear message to government representatives in your community by linking arms to form an unbroken wall of opposition with fellow British Columbians on Oct. 24th.

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Family Affair
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 by Lyndsey Easton

Family Affair

Family meets fashion in this inspiring tale of Vancouverites committed to spreading the No Tankers message.

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Ground-breaking No Tankers motion passed by B.C. local governments
Thursday, September 27, 2012 by Eric Swanson

Ground-breaking No Tankers motion passed by B.C. local governments

The fact that such a strong, all-encompassing resolution was passed speaks to the province-wide determination to protect our rivers and coast.

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Politics can be deeply complex or as simple as 1 + 1 = 2
Saturday, September 15, 2012 by Will Horter

Politics can be deeply complex or as simple as 1 + 1 = 2

We were able to send a No Tankers message to 14,000 people in Christy Clark and Terry Lake's home ridings with your help, which adds up to a lot in politics.

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Batman and Spider-Man vs. oil tankers
Thursday, August 16, 2012 by Will Horter

Batman and Spider-Man vs. oil tankers

Who knew that Batman, Spider-Man, Iron Man (and the other Avengers), along with Katy Perry, would end up on the front line of the battle to protect the B.C. coast?

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The power of the domino effect
Thursday, August 16, 2012 by Emma Gilchrist

The power of the domino effect

Just six months ago, the battle to protect B.C.’s coast and rivers from oil spills wasn’t really on the radar of Victoria entrepreneur Dave Secco. It all changed in an instant after watching the film On the Line.

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What could Enbridge say to be convincing?
Friday, July 13, 2012 by Will Horter

What could Enbridge say to be convincing?

Premier Clark is asking pointed questions of the pipeline company; one can't help but wonder what kinds of answers would convince her oil supertanker expansion and a pipeline across B.C. is worth the risk?

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How B.C. can stop oil tanker plans
Wednesday, July 04, 2012 by Karl Hardin

How B.C. can stop oil tanker plans

We have the power; we just have to use it.

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Enbridge on the defensive with $5 million ad blitz
Thursday, June 07, 2012 by Eric Swanson

Enbridge on the defensive with $5 million ad blitz

Why there isn't anything to worry about when it comes to Enbridge's new multimillion-dollar advertising campaign promoting its crude oil pipeline and supertanker project for B.C.’s coast.

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A path to a Canada  no one will recognize
Wednesday, June 06, 2012 by Karl Hardin

A path to a Canada no one will recognize

The wonderful folks at Lush Cosmetics have spoofed Enbridge's new fancy ad campaign.

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UVic Scuba Club raises nearly $4,000 for No Tankers campaign
Sunday, May 06, 2012 by Don Gordon

UVic Scuba Club raises nearly $4,000 for No Tankers campaign

Buoyancy challenges, pool poker, a dance party and underwater movies were all part of the fun during a 24-hour underwater relay.

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Harper’s tanker tactics reminiscent of botched National Energy Program
Sunday, May 06, 2012 by Will Horter

Harper’s tanker tactics reminiscent of botched National Energy Program

The Prime Minister would do well to remember Trudeau's fight with the provinces over energy projects and the toxic political fallout that lasted for decades.

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What does 100,000 mean?
Saturday, May 05, 2012 by Eric Swanson

What does 100,000 mean?

Dogwood's No Tankers petition recently broke 100,000 signatures! Remembering day one of the campaign and why the petition is important.

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Oil tankers and pipelines a voting issue in Chilliwack-Hope?
Friday, April 20, 2012 by Eric Swanson

Oil tankers and pipelines a voting issue in Chilliwack-Hope?

In the lead-up to election day yesterday we let our supporters in the riding of Chilliwack-Hope know where all the candidates stood on B.C. pipeline proposals and the oil tanker traffic expansion that would come with them.

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Guest Blog: Fallacies of “One Project, One Review” Logic
Wednesday, April 04, 2012 by Karl Hardin

Guest Blog: Fallacies of “One Project, One Review” Logic

Independent MLA Bob Simpson calls a spade a spade on the Harper government's rationale for streamlining the environmental review process.

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B.C. opposition to oil supertankers outweighs support 3:1
Tuesday, April 03, 2012 by Emma Gilchrist

B.C. opposition to oil supertankers outweighs support 3:1

In the same week the federal government announced it intends to chop the review of Enbridge’s pipeline and supertanker proposal, new polling showed opposition to oil supertankers in B.C.’s inside coastal waters outweighs support 3:1.

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Questions Answered, Part 2
Tuesday, April 03, 2012 by Eric Swanson

Questions Answered, Part 2

Part 2 of our questions series. Find out about Dutch disease, carbon taxes, condensate, oil by rail and more!

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The Vancouver No Tankers rally in pictures
Tuesday, April 03, 2012 by Karl Hardin

The Vancouver No Tankers rally in pictures

We are very lucky to be able to team up once again with photographer Ilijc Albanese, whose photos have appeared in major international magazines.

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When Oil and Water Mix
Friday, March 16, 2012 by Eric Swanson

When Oil and Water Mix

A Canadian policy think tank argues against banning oil tankers on B.C.'s north coast. We dissect their essay on tanker safety and the environment and find little more than platitudes.

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